Alexander Pope / Laura Brown.

By: Brown, Laura, 1949-
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Rereading literaturePublisher: Oxford, UK ; New York, NY, USA : B. Blackwell, 1985Description: vii, 177 p. ; 21 cmISBN: 0631135022; 0631135030 (pbk.); 9780631135029; 9780631135036Subject(s): Verse satire, English -- History and criticism | English LiteratureDDC classification: 821.5 LOC classification: PR3634 | .B76 1985Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Imperialism and Poetic Form: The Rape of the Lock (1712, 1714, 1717), Windsor-Forest (1713) -- The 'New World' of Augustan Humanism: An Essay on Criticism (1711), An Essay on Man (1733-4) -- The Ideology of Neo-classical Aesthetics: Epistles to Several Persons (1731-5) -- The New Pastoral--Capitalism and Apocalypse: The Dunciad (1728, 1742, 1743) Table of contents
Summary: This book asks us to rethink such a way of understanding Pope. Refusing to accept Popea s version of reality, Laura Brown reads his poems not for what they claim to say, but for what they rationalize away or fail to recognize.
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Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [150]-174.

Imperialism and Poetic Form: The Rape of the Lock (1712, 1714, 1717), Windsor-Forest (1713) --
The 'New World' of Augustan Humanism: An Essay on Criticism (1711), An Essay on Man (1733-4) --
The Ideology of Neo-classical Aesthetics: Epistles to Several Persons (1731-5) --
The New Pastoral--Capitalism and Apocalypse: The Dunciad (1728, 1742, 1743) Table of contents

This book asks us to rethink such a way of understanding Pope. Refusing to accept Popea s version of reality, Laura Brown reads his poems not for what they claim to say, but for what they rationalize away or fail to recognize.

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